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11 hours ago | April 27, 2018

President opens biggest ZITF fair

President Mnangagwa arrived here yesterday ahead of the official opening of the 59th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) today. The President, accompanied by First Lady ...

Private sector owes Zimra $4,2bn

HE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has discovered massive tax dodging in the private sector, with a staggering 80 percent of the firms owing up to $4,2 billion as of March 2018. This has ...

2018 polls can’t be rigged: Chigumba

THIS year’s elections cannot be rigged as the country’s voting system is foolproof, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has said. ZEC yesterday challenged anyone who could prove otherwise to step ...

Fired nurses withdraw High Court challenge

Nurses who were recently fired by Government for embarking on an illegal job action have been left exposed after the Zimbabwe Nurses’ Association (ZINA) yesterday withdrew a High Court challenge ...

Govt to open up the airwaves

GOVERNMENT will soon craft a law that will accommodate new broadcasting players as well as protect content producers in ...

Chamisa a sore loser — Khupe

Dr Thokozani Khupe’s MDC-T faction has cheered a recent High Court decision which ruled that an application by a rival ...

Council reviews payment systems

Harare City Council is reviewing its systems to ensure swift payment of road contractors, amid reports that workers in ...

‘Mugabe to blame for low investment’

Elita Chikwati Senior Reporter THe Zanu-PF Women’s League has blamed former president Robert Mugabe for discouraging ...

Ex-Zimasco workers likely to get houses

Mukudzei Chingwere Midlands Bureau Zanu-PF Central Committee member Cde Emmanuel Fundira is trying to broker a deal for ...

Shiri calls for teamwork

GOVERNMENT has emphasised the need for close cooperation between its departments, the private sector and international ...